Exclusive: Italian photojournalist Corrado Amitrano ended up with a broken nose after protesters clashed with police in London on Saturday.
Triad thugs who assaulted hongkongers in a metro station could have been paid-off by business interests
"There are so many women who have wanted pregnancies — desperately wanted pregnancies, that have to make really hard decisions.”
“The key challenge is to restore high growth rates,” Mitsotakis said. “If the economy grows faster, our creditors are going to be happy because the debt is going to be repaid more easily.”
Police monitored a hundred million encrypted messages sent through Encrochat, a network used by career criminals to discuss drug deals, murders and extortion plots.
Under lockdown, trafficked people usually forced to work in brothels and nail salons are being moved further from the public eye.
Fifty-nine baby crocs went missing from a Darwin reptile park last month. "I’d like to know who’s doing it," says the park owner. "What are you going to do with 59 crocs?"
The Prime Minister pledged "build, build, build" and help the economy bounce back, but the money he promised amounts to almost nothing.
A restraining order means the book may not be published before the election in November.
The presumed Democratic nominee for president would take down Confederate statues but save Christopher Columbus and the founding fathers.
"We are concerned Facebook is unable (or unwilling) to enforce its own Community Standards and rid itself of white supremacist and other extremist content."
New legislation changes and pressure from police bodies make it a confusing time to be a protester.
The beloved street food bakso is a hit with young and old alike—and, as it turns out, with suspected extremists looking to lay low.
In FOI documents seen by VICE, academics advising the UK government’s nuclear watchdog warn of a climate-invoked disaster.
Many of the country's swanky, aspirational new apartments are built by charities that are supposed to provide housing for the less well off.
VICE reveals that the think tank behind a controversial report into the protest group has taken money from energy companies.
“Nobody here knows who they are. Nobody invited them.”
We watched Reclaim the Power members blockade the depot of a coach company that transports people due to be deported on charter flights.
Dodging rock missiles on a Saturday afternoon, as neo-Nazis demonstrated against immigration and anti-fascists protested in response.